Does the deployment of a second carrier, combined with increased spy satellite coverage of Israeli airfields, indicate a planned military strike to prevent an Israeli attack on Iran?
It was a speech that began with a silent glare, there was a silent glare in the middle, and it was primarily about silence. At the United Nations today Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu screamed at the United Nations General Assembly with his silence. As he got to the podium Netanyahu stood silently looking at the […]
Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu spoke via webcast and telephone to over 10,000 American Jews on Tuesday afternoon urging them to oppose the Iran deal. “This is the time to stand up and be counted,” the Israeli leader said “Oppose this dangerous deal.” The webcast was hosted by the Jewish Federations of North America, and it occurred just […]
A visibly angry Benjamin Netanyahu took to television to present Israel’s response to the P5+1 deal to the entire world. In a televised address which began around 5:15 Israel time and lasted less than four minutes, the prime minister made it clear that he felt the deal made the world more dangerous and warned that Israel is not obligated […]
In response to Speaker John Boehner’s invitation to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress, and yesterday’s letter to Iranian leaders by 47 U.S. senators that a nuclear agreement with Iran might be reversed by the next president, my friend Carol Giacomo wrote in a New York Times column today “by now it should be obvious that a vocal […]